As English students start school on Monday, employees will not be present for work as they will be holding a peaceful protest at 10 am … Read more
Schools in England will receive extra funding to help them deal with the impact of lost teaching time during the coronavirus lockdown, the government said … Read more
A foundation focused on the professional development of teachers and other educators was launched by the Malta Union of Teachers on Wednesday.
The Sagħtar Foundation … Read more
Primary schools in England are beginning to bring back more pupils but half of parents might not send in their children, surveys suggest.
There is … Read more
The Guardian reports that opening schools to more children from Monday could lead to a new surge of infections of Covid-19 in the community, quoting … Read more
International students could head back to Australia within months as universities plan for how they can be safely quarantined and cleared of coronavirus.
The higher … Read more
Students wait for class to begin with plastic boards placed on their desks at Jeonmin High School in Daejeon, South Korea, 20 May 2020.
Schools … Read more
Polish schools will most probably remain closed until the end of June, when children start summer holidays, government spokesman Piotr Muller told public radio on … Read more
Positive reactions from various educators and experts involved in the field of education for the conference organized by the Nationalist Party on the challenges of … Read more
Since schools have been closed since March, a total of 123 tablets and laptops and 132 free internet service bundles have been provided to vulnerable … Read more
Teachers are at greater risk of contracting coronavirus from their colleagues than from schoolchildren, the British government’s chief pandemic modeller has suggested.
Professor Graham Medley, … Read more
El Pais reports that the Spanish government is working with the country’s regions to establish a maximum limit of students in each classroom for the … Read more
University students in England will still have to pay full tuition fees even if their courses are taught online in the autumn, the government has … Read more
The United Kingdom could allow primary schools in England and Wales to reopen as soon as June 1 under plans being discussed by Prime Minister … Read more
Schoolchildren in England will not all return to lessons at the same time, the education secretary has confirmed, in a strong hint that many will … Read more
Some 62,000 new teachers are to be hired in the Italian public education system, according to a call published in the Official Gazette on Tuesday.… Read more
All educational institutions in Romania will remain closed until September, including kindergartens and universities. This was announced yesterday evening by President Klaus Iohannis.
The President … Read more
Student organisation Pulse has expressed its disappointment “following the latest update that students who work a part-time job will not be eligible for the Government’s … Read more
Students, parents and teachers suffer the consequences of Government’s failure to plan.
Ministry of Education is announced that it is still training teachers and educators … Read more
Head of Maltese primary school’s heartfelt wishes and feelings in letter sent to her ‘school family’
The Head of a local primary school has penned a heartfelt letter to all her students, three weeks after the schools in Malta closed their … Read more
Despite the objectives formulated by the UN and other international bodies, Pope Francis said humanity is in need of a renewed educational covenant “aimed at … Read more
Thousands of children will benefit from more sports activities after school and in the school holidays through a £1.6 million funding boost to help schools … Read more
Trials of pioneering technology to help disabled pupils in the classroom will take place across the country in the first programme of its kind in … Read more
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg wants to raise teacher pay, stressing that educators need to be paid “like doctors” and honored “like soldiers.”
POLITICO reports that … Read more
Students across the UK face disruption as lecturers and support staff in 60 universities start an eight-day strike.
Members of the University and Colleges Union … Read more
Developing business English skills is about learning to work smarter. It encompasses more than basic grammar and vocabulary skills. Partaking in situation-appropriate interaction, understanding context … Read more
Schools and colleges from across the UK have been added to Microsoft’s showcase teaching programme, which uses technology to help students learn.
Four new colleges … Read more
Labour will pledge to abolish private schools if it wins the next election, after the party’s annual conference voted for a proposal to “integrate” them … Read more
More than 500 educators from across the UK who use technology to help students learn have been named Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts.
A total of … Read more
Teachers are set to be backed to use “reasonable force” on pupils in a crackdown on bad behaviour in schools, according to a report.
A … Read more
In the UK, A-level English is in decline, as students opt for subjects which guarantee jobs in the future
In the UK, A-level results day this week confirmed an alarming trend, that the study of English is in serious decline. Entries fell by 22%, … Read more
The Malta Independent covers the launch of a redesigned post-secondary Matriculation Certificate programme leading to tertiary education. The reform proposes a focus on communications skills … Read more
The Times reveals that the government is ready to lift restrictions imposed on the Sliema Fortina land, allowing developers to invest in commercial and residential … Read more
The MATSEC examination board has launched the public consultation for the post-secondary Matriculation programme reform.
The Matriculation Certificate course is a post-secondary two-year programme aimed … Read more
In-Nazzjon says that the Union of Teachers objects to announcements by the Ministry of Education to change assessment methods in primary schooling. The Union said … Read more
The end-of-year benchmark exams taken by Year 6 students around Malta will be discontinued and replaced by an assessment that could include an exam component.… Read more
L-Orizzont, too, follows the case and says the court found no evidence of discrimination against the Leader of the Opposition. Adrian Delia’s lawyers had … Read more
Italy is exploring a greater role in strengthening the Libyan educational sector with the possibility of including the Italian language in the school curriculum as … Read more
The Labour party is demanding an inquiry into GCSE reforms that it says are putting state school pupils at a disadvantage by forcing them to … Read more
I am sure you are all aware of the recent saga concerning the Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) and the new proposed Education Act which … Read more
UPDATE : The Malta Union of Teachers has called off Monday’s strike after a last-ditch conciliatory meeting with the Education Ministry on Saturday morning. In
UK Secondary school worksheet handed to pupils featured the suggestion that jobs were being “stolen” by Polish workers
A secondary school has apologised after a worksheet handed to pupils featured the suggestion UK jobs were being “stolen” by EU workers.
Year 8 Geography … Read more
She is writing on a notebook like any child who in these days have started going to school.
But instead of going into classroom, or … Read more
The news this afternoon has been dominated by the continuation of the developing story regarding the shocking finding of a newborn child. Several … Read more